Questions about memory upgrade HP Pavilion 13-B080SA

Hi all

Recently, I bought the laptop above which came with 4 GB of memory.  I want to upgrade the memory up to 8 GB I have run a Windows VM in Linux and will require more then I have.  I was wondering if someone could please tell me how much memory slots that laptop has and what a memory, I need to get to 8 GB.

I had a glance on the HP site and am not able to find all the information about the amount of slots on this laptop.  It would be nice to have 2 slots like that I can buy a single 4 GB chip instead of replace for a 8 GB.

Is also the currently installed memory compatiable with the brands of spare parts, HP uses something different which will cause problems?

Cheers in advance,

Magnet light

Hello

Currently she has 4 GB in a dwelling, you can add 4 GB to another location to make 8 GB:

2 SODIMM slots DDR3L - 1600 MHz
Support for DDR3L-1600 MHz
Dual channel support
Maximum memory supported on-board 8096-MB system

The BEST option is to buy the same brand and features of the existing to have RAM the best of both worlds: compatible and double channel. Many after market barnds may not work with your computer. THS first manual from the following link shows you the part number and how to replace RAM on your machine:

http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=us&DLC=en&LC=en&product=7255412&

Kind regards.

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